Murray Gregg

Following the success of this event over the last two years we are even more motivated to raise money for the Karingal Foundation to provide support to members of the Geelong community challenged by Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). ABIs such as stroke, road trauma, assault, sports head injuries and degenerative diseases impacting on brain function can happen to anybody, anytime. In 2013 we were inspired by a mate of ours, Steve Blackford who was injured in an incident following the 2012 AFL Grand Final. He endured terrible and life threatening head and brain injuries leaving him partially paralysed down his left side. We are pleased to see Steve well on the road to recovery but continue to be motivated by him and others in similar situations since becoming involved with the Karingal Foundation. I'll also be remembering my brother Rohan who passed away suddenly in 2013, not from ABI but something similarly traumatic. Please support me and the team in our hike and in turn, help those who have been affected by ABI. Together we can make a difference. Many thanks in advance, we look forward to seeing you at some stage during or after our 100+ holes.

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Karingal is a not-for-profit organisation providing a range of services for people with a disability or mental illness, older Australians and those who are disadvantaged.